The Winter 2018 Research Summit will focus on evaluating the impact of college-based transition services for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities Caroline E.
This summit will focus on “What works: Effective strategies for VR collaboration and employment.” Researchers from Think College will present two recent studies.
This Research Summit, Research-based Strategies for Success in Class and on Campus for Students with Intellectual Disability in Postsecondary Education, will focus on academic strategy instruction for young adults with intellectual disability in the postsecondary education setting. Two groups of presenters will share methods, results and implications from their research studies.
The Spring 2017 Online Research Summit focused on doctoral student research, with two presenters sharing their successfully completed dissertations. Discussion included areas of needed research and lessons learned in designing and conducting dissertations on inclusive higher education.
This online Research Summit from February 2017 focused on the topic of mentoring and peer relationships among students with and without intellectual disabilities. The presenters were Cindi May, Ph.D., from College of Charleston and Brian Freedman, Ph.D. & Laura Eisenman, Ph.D. from University of Delaware.